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Phyllo / filo/ fillo dough tasty triangles / samosa with leftover cabbage curry

Few days back i saw these phyllo sheets while i was purchasing puff pastry sheets.....
I don't know them b4...
I tried this recipe...my husband liked them..hope u will like them tooo!!!!!!



Ingredients:
Left over curry(cabbage/ spinach/ potato)..i used cabbage stir fry.
Onions finely chopped------1/2cup
Lemon juice----------2ts
Phyllo/ filo/ fillo dough sheets---availble in frozen section in grocery store
Method:
  1. Take leftover curry and add onions and lemon juice to it and mix it well. 
  2. Take phyllo sheets out of the cover and allow them to come to room temperature.
  3. Take two sheets and cut them longitudinally in to three parts.
  4. Apply oil on one of the sheet and keep other sheet on it.
  5. Now keep the curry on left corner of sheet as shown and roll it like triangle as shown.
  6. Arrange a baking tray by wrapping it with aluminum foil and greasing it with oil.
  7. Arrange all the prepared triangles on it and bake it at 410F for 10min (turn them on while baking)
  8. Now remove these triangles and enjoy with green chutney. :)




Comments

  1. first time to your blog..lovely header..good recipes too!
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  2. Have some phyllo in the freezer .. got to put them to use :)

    Drop by my space when you get a chance and hope you follow me too !!

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  3. adding you to my blogroll..:-)

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  4. wow..what a great idea..nice one..our blog names too do match :)...happy to have visited here..glad to follow u :)

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  5. sounds perfect dear...delicious..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  6. Thats a wonderful n quick snack !

    New to ur space and Happy to follow u.
    Do visit me as time permits
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  7. Phyllo snack looks awesome delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Hey Deepthi, thanks for the lovely comments. You have a beautiful space :) . Love your triangles. following you now!

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  9. ThnQ frndz!!!!!!!! :) for ue lovely comments

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  10. nice to way to use the leftover veggies.....
    looks delicious dear :)

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  11. Yummy snack. Nice way to use lefe over.
    kurinjikathambam, Event: HRH-Healthy Summer

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  12. Lovely one dear. I love ur recipes. First time visiting ur blog. Happily following u...

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  13. I love filos.. they are so versatile... a must have in your freezer i recon..

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  14. Perfect tea time snack:)

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  15. I have some phyllo dough and been wondering what to do with it. Thanks for this idea.

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